Marc G. Fournier wrote:
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- --On Saturday, May 19, 2007 23:51:35 -0500 Jack Barnett
For /usr/ports I sync to just '.' (dot). Is that what I want? (I want just
'stable' ports, nothing bleeding edge).
for /usr/src I sync to: RELENG_6
But my question, is there a way to go though and say "let's rebuild any port"
that is newer (via sync) then one I current have?
For example, if I build and install application FooBar-1.0.0 from the
/usr/ports and the next week FooBar-1.0.7 is there a way to say "yea, let's
rebuild this" instead of manually building it? Or at the very least, give me
a list of changes on which applications need to be manually built.
Install /usr/ports/ports-mgmt/portupgrade ...
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That will take care of 95% of all cases, but isn't intelligent enough to
do things properly 5% of the time (packages move, dependencies change, etc).
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